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Thursday, February 13, 2003
A lot of people are skeptic about on-line casinos, about the fairness of their games. They wonder if the software that controls the games is not programmed somehow to make them lose. Although reputable casinos would not risk their business by rigging their software, the skepticism about playing against a computer remains.
Well, this is no longer so with CasinoWebCam. I recently discovered this casino that combines the concept of on-line playing with real human dealers. You can actually play on-line from the comfort of your home and access the casino, which has real tables and a human dealer will deal the cards or spin the roulette wheel at games such as Baccarat, Blackjack, Roulette, Caribbean Poker and Sic Bo.
Once you sign on, you get a userid. When you login to the casino, you actually see the tables and the dealers via web cameras installed next to the tables in the casino. If you have a web camera and a speaker on your computer, you can actually talk to the dealers and communicate with them, although it is not required for you to have this equipment. In the latter case, the dealer will talk to you and address you with your userid.
You place your bets electronically, as though you were playing on-line and the dealer will draw cards from a shoe or throw the roulette ball. As cards are drawn, a scanner converts the cards into an electronic format, where you can see and track what's going on. The results are also compiled electronically, where you can see if you won or lost your bet and your net running total.
There are also real pit-bosses who walk
around and also greet you and talk to the dealers. In short you are
playing at a real casino and placing your bets on-line. It's really a
revolutionary concept and you can be sure the games are not controlled by
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